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Stories from Sunday, February 7, 2010

NWS calls for Winter Storm Watch through Tuesday (02/07/10)
Workshop set (02/07/10)
Kirk Freeman will present a workshop with ideas to improve children's behavior for parents, early childhood teachers (pre-kindergarten -- ages 0-6 through first-grade), support staff, First Steps and child care providers, and special service staff members...
Wanted: Home Buyers (02/07/10)
The City of Brazil is looking for residents interested in purchasing a home through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). Brazil Planning Administrator Stacy Gibbens told The Brazil Times five preliminary floor plans have been proposed by The Architecture Studio, Inc., Indianapolis, which was hired through NSP funds in December...
Plea agreements reached (02/07/10)
The three suspects involved in a home invasion/burglary at a rural northwestern Clay County home in January 2009 have entered into separate plea agreements. Cousins Joshua L. Orman, 23, and James Levi Orman, 19, along with Christopher Charles Craft, 19, Brazil, were arrested by local law enforcement officers Jan. ...
Chamber to host tourney (02/07/10)
The Clay County Chamber of Commerce will conduct its first Cornhole Tournament Thursday, Feb. 25, at the Brazil Elks Club. Two rounds of competition have been scheduled. The first is for teams and in the second, a blind draw will be conducted pairing competitors with each other...
Soldiers spend career in same unit (02/07/10)
AL ASAD AIRBASE, Iraq -- It is a unique opportunity to be a part of a community while serving the community as a solder in the Army National Guard. Many communities across America raise soldiers and it is a calling to give back to those communities over the long haul in life...
Board to meet Thursday (02/07/10)
The Clay Community School Corporation School Board will meet in regular session Thursday, at North Clay Middle School, 3 W. Knight Dr., Brazil. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. Old business topics include School Board policy revisions 6541, 6542, 6544 and 6545, in addition to fiber optic bids...
Pingleton moving on to semistate (02/07/10)
Times Staff Report BLOOMINGTON -- Saturday's Bloomington South Wrestling Regional will go down as a mostly forgettable day for Northview competitors. Or at least one that they would rather put behind them. After sending nine wrestlers to the regional round, only one will be moving on to the semi-state...
Wilma J. Sanburn (02/07/10)
Wilma J. Sanburn, 83, Spencer, went home to be with the Lord, Friday, Feb. 5, 2010, at the Owen Valley health Campus. She was born Sept. 15, 1926, in Owen County, to Walter and Lillian (West) Ranard. Mrs. Sanburn attended Spencer High School. She worked at RCA in Bloomington in the 40s and 50s, Riggs Department Store in Spencer in the 60s and Spencer's Chicago's Pizza in the 90s...
Kathy Lewis (02/07/10)
Kathy Lewis, 55, Brazil, died at her residence Feb. 6, 2010, following a brave battle with cancer. She was born in Brazil, March 31, 1954, to Richard James and Kathleen Joy (Gray) Allen. She attended Brazil High School and later received her GED at the age of 43. ...
Proud to be 'Too American' (02/07/10)
To the Editor: I feel this is worth sharing. I was recently in China and as I sat waiting in an office, I struck up a conversation with a young Chinese fellow. He lived in New York the last 14 years, but was born in China. All went well until he said, "My mother thinks I'm getting too American."...
Organizers thank all who have purchased park benches (02/07/10)
To the Editor: I would like to thank those who have purchased personalized park benches for the Forest Park Band Shell so far: Dr. Rick Rodgers, Betty Niswonger-Green, Phil Redenbarger, Pell Brothers, Ltd., Brazil Parks Board, William and Leona Shobe Family, Moore Funeral Home, Stoney Stitzle, Susanne Muhly, Barbara McManus, Clifford and Sarah Smith, Tom Jackson, John D. ...
Educator visit area beauty school (02/07/10)
To the Editor: Jocie's Beauty School is very proud to announce that Veronica Rogers visited our school Jan. 28, and again Feb. 4, for an onsite education class for our cosmetology students. Veronica Rogers has been a Scuples educator and platform artist for eight years. Our students had the experience of learning the latest color techniques...
What about renter's rights? (02/07/10)
To the Editor: Over the past few years, I have been through a lot with what I like to call, "slumlords." Did you know that in Indiana, you have no rights as a renter? Trying to find an affordable place is difficult enough, but to find an affordable place such as a three bedroom for $600 a month, that is not falling apart, is almost completely impossible...
Reader updates license situation (02/07/10)
To the Editor: Update on driver's license. I heard from the Governor's office. Not only do I have to have marriage licenses, I also have to have divorce papers. Lots of luck ladies. Sally Garrett, Ellettsville
Responding to 'unfair' attacks (02/07/10)
To the Editor: Recently, I talked to Times' Editor Jason Moon on the phone and he told me that they may be interested in some more letters about past events. Thanks, Jason. I appreciate that. It's good to know that there are other people out there that like reading that type of thing...
Another response to 'play 'em all' (02/07/10)
To the Editor: This letter is in response to ("Reader says play 'em all," which appeared in the Jan. 25, 2010, issue of The Brazil Times). This is my opinion on parents and athletics. I also have two children who play sports in school, one in eighth-grade and one in sixth. ...
Reader responds to 'play 'em all' (02/07/10)
To the Editor: I am writing in response to ("Reader says play 'em all," which appeared in the Jan. 25, 2010, issue of The Brazil Times). I understand and sympathize with (the writer) and her children. I realize how discouraging it must be to get little playing. The goal at every game is to win...
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